Mystery Tree in Scottsdale

Cool find in Scottsdale AZ, a metal tree on city owned land among natural desert foliage. No houses nearby or any clues on why it’s there. Weird.

Metal Tree 7-14 Scottsdale


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7 Responses to Mystery Tree in Scottsdale

  1. Makes you wonder how many other undiscovered oddities there are ! Very interesting

  2. canaf says:

    I used to live in Arizona. The picture reminds me of how I miss it.

  3. WendyP says:

    We have several of these in parks around Peoria and Glendale too. The government must have had excess arts funds they needed to spend, lol.

    • tbnranch says:

      Really! I never saw anything like this before. This was around Shea and the Loop 101 in what looked like a wash or small greenbelt. Maybe the city should spend their extra funds on a plan to address the billion panhandlers on every freeway access instead of metal trees. ???

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